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Christian Travelers Guide to
Mark Konnert;Peter & Carine Barrs
Synopsis: You will relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such medieval Christian masterpieces as the cathedrals Chartes and Notre Dame. - GNRF Reference/Travel
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Catalog Description: The Christian Travelers Guide series describes and interprets the religious significance of places, people, and events in various countries of the world from a Christian perspective. While secular travel guides tend to neglect or play down the importance of our Christian heritage, this new series brings history alive by concentrating on spiritual and theological issues that have shaped our world. Designed to be used alone or in conjunction with secular guides, they are an invaluable resource for the Christian traveler and anyone interested in the deeper meaning of religion and culture in society. Each guide is organized alphabetically according to the names of cities and sites and is written to help you deepen your faith by bringing the struggles and triumphs of great Christian leaders and common believers alive through the living witness of places where saints once walked.
In The Christian Travelers Guide to France you will relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such medieval Christian masterpieces as the cathedrals Chartes and Notre Dame.
About the Author: Mark Konner is associate professor of history at the University of Calgary. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Mark lives in Calgary with his wife and two children.;Peter and Carine Barrs met in France where Carine received her M.A. in French literature. In 1998 they moved to Missouri where Peter received his M.A. Peter teaches upper school French at Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School.
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